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B-CU graduation set for Saturday

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) will graduate more than 200 students and bestow…

Ministers help facilitate B-CU’s ‘Exploring Gifts and Graces’ youth program

Forty-two “Exploring Gifts and Graces (EGG)” program students visited the Life Enrichment Center, a United Methodist…

Wildcats whip Rattlers for sixth year in a row

BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES Bethune-Cookman defeated Florida A&M 39-19 in front of an announced crowd…

Marching Wildcats among the bands selected for Atlanta showcase

SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Students, alumni and fans of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU)…

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‘We’re thankful to all be here’

‘We’re thankful to all be here’ Residents hit by hurricane struggling to restore homes but grateful it wasn’t worse BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES During this holiday season, there are many reasons to give thanks. While area residents are still dealing with…

City envisions grand events to come on outdoor stage

City envisions grand events to come on outdoor stage When Palm Coast Mayor Milissa Holland closed and then opened her eyes, she observed, “I am looking out onto the audience of a component of this stage, designed to accommodate as many as 4,500 guests. Restrooms…

BREAKING NEWS- Volusia County issues post-storm cleanup safety tips

BREAKING NEWS- Volusia County issues post-storm cleanup safety tips Volusia County issues post-storm cleanup safety tips Daytona Beach – After Hurricane Matthew has passed, failure to remove contaminated materials can be a health risk. If there is flooding, water must be removed as quickly as…

Atlantic Sharks have talent to make a deep run

Atlantic Sharks have talent to make a deep run BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES The Atlantic Sharks have one of the area’s top basketball teams. The Port Orange high school team returns with plenty of talent and depth from a team that went 28-3 a…

Christmas play written by local resident to be staged Dec. 10, 11

Christmas play written by local resident to be staged Dec. 10, 11 A free Christmas play, “16 to Life,’’ will be presented this weekend at Daytona Christian Center, 1801 S. Nova Road, Suite 308, South Daytona. The drama, written by Sharonda Faison, will be staged on Saturday, Dec.…

How Americans lost faith and found Trump

How Americans lost faith and found Trump

Professor Deva Woodly teaches political science at the New School for Social Research in New York. During a…

The will of the people is denied

The will of the people is denied

As I write this opinion, Hillary Clinton’s vote total leads Donald Trump by over 2 million votes! These…

‘It could happen anywhere’

‘It could happen anywhere’

Local college students says they feel safe on campuses despite incidents like the one this week at Ohio…

The blessing of a box of food

The blessing of a box of food

Times photographer, others help families, children’s center Daytona Times photographer Duane C. Fernandez Sr., who also is president…